Thank you for being a colleague
Went off some falls, stopped the redheaded league
Your heart is true; you're a pal and a confidant.
And if you threw a party Invited everyone you ever knew
You would see the biggest gift would be from me
And the card attached would say,
"My dear Holmes, heat it, it turns gluish.
"You get paper, it seems you get foolish.
Take it to Jacob and play, 'Which hue's the bluest?' "
Thank you for being a fiend.
The queen of nursery rhymes takes on R.L. Stine. Here’s one example:
As I was going to St. Ives,
I met a man with seven wives.
Each wife had seven flies,
Each fly had seven eyes,
Each eye had seven warts.
Flies, eyes, warts and wives,
How many were going to St. Ives?
Can I ask you something, Dean? Sal said.
Are we Beat?
Sometimes. Not now.
And we're still going west.
So we'll be hip.
Nothing. Just dig.
I'm going to blow out this reefer stick. Is that okay?
Yes. That's okay.
Bosch reopens an investigation into the whereabouts of a missing boy with a peculiar scar on his forehead.
Who is the boy?
Has he been abducted?
Why can't Bosch locate the boy's parents?
And what's a Hogwarts and could it be a clue?
Dr. Spenser and Mr. Hawk solve crimes in downtown Boston while attempting to control their own inner demons.
Though never actually seen together, Spenser and Hawk are reported to be two separate people, but are they?
Susan Silverman, Spenser's love interest and a lawyer by trade, has become wary of her beau. His violent outbursts are becoming more frequent and who is this Mr. Hawk character he keeps talking about?
When Mr. Hawk is accused of trampling a small girl, it's up to Spenser and Silverman to solve this convoluted crime. How will this one play out?
Captain Jack Aubrey, accused of fathering a child out of wedlock, is relieved of his command. Stephen Maturin, doctor and spy, returns to England after a two year separation from Aubrey.
Will Aubrey reveal the mother of his child?
Can Maturin have his friend's command reinstated?
And why is Aubrey wearing that ridiculously large "A" on his pantaloons?